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rested and a great trust company ordered Into court, and there was
a "great,, outcry from JBig Business and from Practical Politicians,
and from the newspapers which, serve the interests of JBig Business
and Practical Politicians.
And Wayman was iiot big enough to rise above that outcry
and continue to serve the people' by showing them the men who
drive women to shamfc because they Want to share the. earnings
of, shame, the men who profit thus in secret and yet hold an honored
place in the community.
Like a burst balloon, Wayman and his big talk collapsed under
the pressure of the System.
What a pity that it should have been so! What a pity that
Wayman was not big enough to carry out the service to the plain
people he said he Would carry-out !
DO THIS FOR MOTHER
Many sewing chairs which
women lovt to use are uncom
fortable because their makers
put too short a back;on them and
there is," therefore, no place
where the pefson occupying them
can rest her head.
Put a headrest on the low-d
lacked sewing chair, so that
when mother finishes her even
ing tasks fhe can sit in the little
rocker and. rest herself in perfect
Thi& headrest is detachable-and
can be put on any chair. The sizei
of the, finished product and the
matenal-whkhJs-used -to make-it ;
can be regulated by the necessi
ties of the occasion.
, Thfc general shape and charac
ter of the rest is shown in the
sketdj. The crosspiece should be
upholstered,, but this will not be
difficult, the whole thing being of
Very simple construction.
STARS OFF DUTY
Washington, Oct. 11. No
stars before Glapp investigating
committee today. -
.Frank L. Smith said $38,000
was all that was spent for Taft's
pre-conveh.tion campaign in Illi
nois. Smith is internal revenue col
lector at Springfield, 111., nd
managed Taft'S campaign.
Chairman Hilles, of Republican -
national committee, said yestef-9
day thab$2,000,000 was spent for
Roosevelt last spring. Didn't
prove it. , ,
Johfi D. Archbold yesterday
told committee that Standard Oil,
was ndt and never "had sought
special privileges. ie aian t
prove- it itherr